Having a strong, close community is essential to growing in faith and maintaining emotional health. To facilitate this, we gather large and we gather small. Our weekend gatherings are a great way to spend time with the church as a whole; Redemption Groups, volunteering, or taking part in a class are the ways we gather small. Gathering small puts us face-to-face with each other and provides the space to develop meaningful relationships.

Redemption Groups

We grow personally in the context of real friends, and friendship happens when two people both see something amazing and want to share it. Our Redemption groups are meant to inspire real friendship by providing an honest place to explore the depths of our faith.


We utilize the gifts of volunteers to make church happen at our weekend gatherings. In reality, we couldn’t exist as a church without the help of our volunteers! Maybe you like making coffee, love holding babies or play an instrument—if you’re willing to give that time, we could use it. Oh, there’s an added bonus: working shoulder to shoulder to serve a group of people is a great way to get to know our church!


The Gotham Fellowship is an intensive, top tier training program developed by Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. This 9 month long fellowship focuses on three primary elements: theological training, spiritual and personal development, and community formation. The class takes place annually from Labor Day to Memorial Day, and registration opens in April.